How do I make the alpha appear when I import my PNG adobe premiere?
I think you might want to make your image RGB mode and have transparent background ( alpha channel)
The png must be 32bit, sometimes referred to as RGB+A. Can you you photoshop .PSD files? They support Alpha natively.
There are no problem with my picture, i got the right format (png rgb+a) but when u put them into adobe premiere i can't see the alpha layer, its only a black picture... so i don't know what type of project i have to create or what option i have to check.
Have you put the stills in the timeline superimposed over another clip?
Alpha shows black if there is no underlying layer.
It's ok i find the problem, it's was the aspect i chose in my input resolution project! sorry for disturb...
One more question? When i put one picture in adobe premiere timeline it's always put in 5 sec clip, i would like to put it in 1sec automatically, and not have to change all time... i got 100 of them to put in timeline...
And how can i zoom+ /zoom- on the timeline?
sorry for my bad english..
Edit/Preferences/General/Still Image Default Duration
Zoom: + or - on the keyboard.